SEPTEMBER 30 – OCTOBER 1, 2021
SNOW KING RESORT – JACKSON, WY
There are three registration options this year – Regular, Student, and Virtual. Registration fees are listed below. Registrations received after September 15, 2021, will include a $100 late fee.
- Regular – $535
- Student – $175
- Virtual – $90
- NASA EPSCoR Meeting – $35
All attendees will have full access to all normal meeting sessions. The Regular and Student registration options also include the following:
Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) is located 15 minutes north of town at the base of the Teton Range. It is the the busiest airport in Wyoming and the only commercial airport in the U.S. situated within the boundaries of a national park (Grand Teton National Park). The airport serves multiple airlines with direct flights to/from many major destinations across the United States.
Attendees wishing to fly in elsewhere may also consider the following airports (approximate drive times to Jackson are given):
- Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA) — 2 hours
- Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) — 4 hours
- Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) — 5 hours
- Boise Airport (BOI) — 5.5 hours
- Billings Logan International Airport (BIL) — 6 hours
- Denver International Airport (DEN) — 8 hours
ABOUT JACKSON HOLE
The town of Jackson is home to about 10,000 residents. It sits near the southern end of Jackson Hole, a large valley between the Teton Range to the west and the Gros Ventre Range to the east. Although Jackson itself is relatively small (although not by Wyoming standards), the area as a whole sees millions of visitors each summer due primarily to its close proximity to Grand Teton National Park (4 miles north) and Yellowstone National Park (45 miles north).
Because of this, the town has developed a wide variety of food/shopping options and a vibrant town square that hosts a number of art galleries, custom jewelers, and designer clothing retailers. Many restaurants are within walking distance of Snow King and the town square is only seven blocks away. Tourism usually peaks in August but tends to subside quite a bit by late September.
We look forward to seeing you in wonderful Wyoming this fall!
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